Var­i­ous sole weights and a spe­cially milled face pat­tern are the key tech­nolo­gies.

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Dif­fer­ent sole weights al­low the head to be matched to fit feel and bal­ance pref­er­ences. Putters be­tween 34” and 36” in length are built with steel sole weights, mod­els 34” and shorter fea­ture tung­sten weight­ing (15g heav­ier), and putters built 36” and longer use alu­minium weights (15g lighter). True Roll Tech­nol­ogy de­scribes the in­di­vid­u­ally milled face pat­tern that varies in depth and pitch across the face. This in­creases ball speeds on off-cen­tre hits so it matches those out the cen­tre, which makes it much eas­ier to con­trol dis­tance. There are four grip op­tions. The PP60 is a mid­size with dom­i­nant flat spots for face aware­ness, the PP61 has an ex­ag­ger­ated pis­tol shape, the PP62 is a light­weight, over­sized grip, and the CB60 is the counter-bal­anced model.

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